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dc.contributor.authorGilabert Barberà, Pau-
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dc.description.abstractThe aim of this brief article is to demonstrate and analyze the influence of Heraclitus’s thought on some of the poems written by Miguel de Unamuno, in particular ‘La elegía eterna’ and ‘La flor tronchada’. At times –as in ‘La elegía eterna’– Heraclitus merely serves as a sort of a walking stick, an aid to his efforts to poetically reveal his anxieties. On other occasions –as in ‘La flor tronchada’– he genuinely needs Heraclitus’s philosophy to illustrate his view of human life and its relation to God as unending warfare.eng
dc.format.extent13 p.-
dc.rightscc-by-nc-nd (c) Gilabert, 2012-
dc.sourceDocuments de treball / Informes (Filologia Clàssica, Romànica i Semítica)-
dc.subject.classificationFilosofia gregacat
dc.subject.classificationTradició clàssicacat
dc.subject.otherGreek philosophyeng
dc.subject.otherClassical traditioneng
dc.subject.otherHeràclit, ca. 544-ca. 483 aCcat
dc.subject.otherUnamuno, Miguel de, 1864-1936cat
dc.titleMiguel de Unamuno and Heraclitus: from ‘The Eternal Elegy’ (‘La elegía eterna’) to ‘The Cut Flower’(‘La flor tronchada’)eng
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